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FOX Business
Nov 9, 2013 6:00pm EST
trying to redo it. and while i have the feeling that it's all about that, you know, i don know this, but i did find pretty darn good tech person wh has a good idea. and he is is responsible for the wanting out of pennsylvania avenue that should have passed the test of time. and teresa has some ideas on ho the president might still be able to salve this. knowing what you did in knowing what they have to do, this is the major leap year. but go ahead, what do they do? >> my heart goes out to the tech te because they are working by seven affixes. inthe first place, i get that playing out, and i would meet with american companies like disney and amazon and fedex never get that outside advice. neil: this is about catch up. but where those guys to say and we are hearing from a l of techs that that is what they are encounterig. >> stabilize the system and then make bad or do we need to actually build somthing new. but the key right now is that we have to get this right. and then make those decisions later. neil: president bush met with every demand and traffic that would rise exponentially.
FOX Business
Nov 30, 2013 6:00pm EST
atlanta. we were showing don king and are you angry by their? >> y, to this day i didn't realize it, i had no idea what resentment really meant. and i'm pretty angry and i have a lot of resentment that i'm working on and i found out late. >> would you find out? >> how much is left? >> i am so black and broken ugly. neil: you are definitely not broke. >> yes, i am broke. not quite broke like that, but i am broke. >> i can't buy a plane or bow like i used to. >> we look at all these people anything, not me. but aren't you a millionaire? >> i don't think so. >> i'm a millionaire when i go to work. but after paying my bills, definitely not. >> you wou the ring. you've haduld never do the geore foreman thing and go back into the ring. you've had a? >> yes, if i was at that guy, you wouldn't be able to interview me. neil: what you think of evangeline failed?. i wish i could still fight unti i was 50 years old. neil: what do you want to? >> it's an inside job. i wish i could do it. i would do it at the drop of a dime. >> our people are still afraid of you? >> i don't think they have an reason
FOX Business
Nov 12, 2013 8:00pm EST
move up. until we get real data you will not see a good move in the market. neil: don? >> we have an auction for bills and notes, treasury. just what economic data we just got, we watched 10 year go from 2.5% today to 2.9 that is a big jump, a short period of time. a bad auction tomorrow could spike the rate that could be bad news for the market short run. neil: everyone said that federal reserve keep propping it up. the notes and securities buying. do you see that slowing down any time soon? >> it has to. they have to just start taking their foot off the gas, but market is frying to an days -- trying to anticipate this. we have seen already a hundred point increase. that ugly interest rate rise 92 larry, what is going to happen? the fed will start taking its foot off the gas a little bit. >> i mean last week we saw a good jobs number, everyone was worried that step would do it today, or tomorrow, when they are ready, i see market go down, maybe 5% or 10%, everyone is ready with their finger on the sell button. neil: would they be so clear to say, 65 billion -- 85 billion what do you
FOX Business
Nov 26, 2013 11:00pm EST
will don peebles returns, a scoop on how to wrap up your best deal ever, chairman ceo of peebles corporation, don we're so thrill to have you back, o
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2013 11:00pm EST
up, stop whaa you are doing. i have don that many tim. neil: you are a very successful businessman, i'm sure you had product launches that do not workut or pul a product. >> a multimillion dollar one just happened, i stopped it, i pulled it. it was not good enough, i ate whatever losses i had to go oord. neil: what was the product? >> a new hair care product. neil: plaid, people not in the plaid. >> a couple of shades that would not work. it cost me millions. neil: what point did you know, wait a minute? >> we were ready to launch, i said is it perfect, they said we have a couple of questions on a couple of shades. >> how involved are you with your business, even now it is huge success. you are aware of details. people could say, john or mr. chairman or mr. ceo this is not working out. >> correct. neil: i don' know if tha happened with t president. >> up until the end i thought we it h until we knew it was not going to be done. neil: it embarrassed you. >> and cost me few million but it was the thing to do. >> you just have to go with it, you say no? >> you don't it will cost billi
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2013 8:00pm EST
about former alabama governor, don siegel man, convicted of taking a bribe from scrushy in irk exchange for putting him on alabama hospital board. they said it is legal there was no bag of cash that went to customer, scrushy free after 70s month in jail, siege siegeln still behind bars but looking for a trial. joining us now is. this is bizarre, you don't see it here, why condition the governor -- why governor, how is it governor was not able to win this case just on that alone? no clear quid pro quo. >> i agree, and no dispute there is no evidence, no one is alleging that don siegel man put money in his pocket. seeking support for public education by establishing a lottery, contribution was made and prosecutors alem that contribution was a bribe in echange for which mr. scrushy was appointed to a regulatory board he served on in two previous administration, two previous governors, but, the jury, convicted -- they acquitted governor siegel "m.a.s.h.seeingsiegeman on 22 other counts but convicted him on this one. neil: what constitutes a financial bribe is a slippery slope, wher
FOX Business
Nov 6, 2013 11:00pm EST
. >> i don tnk that was his intention, i think tha bill is talking his own book, they are about to engage in a merger, everyone has their perspective. >> and their bias. >> i think jeff said, is what we know that market fragmente it has an increasingly opaque, he is looking forward to lend a hand to see i something can be done to make markets function a little bit better. ne: all rht, steppg back, you looked at them and exaned them for a while, a l o people comg they would not race to new highs they are if fed were not busy pumping money into the them month in and month out. where do you think that markets would be without that? month in and month out? >> hard to predict, i always hear from everyone, look at how much the market has run-u i said yesterday, sure since march of 09 it has been quite a run, and year before not a run, going a decade back, market not up a heck of a lot, the last decade. but i think, that certainly, i do espouse the view that there are not a lot of alternatives to equity reese nowhe ge ebb the rate structure, but i think, with market telling you is compans are do
FOX Business
Nov 24, 2013 5:00am EST
in it was 100 to one. so clearly p7♪ >> lads and gentlemen, "im in the morning" blooge don: a couple of things blooge i was watching o'reilly last night and it was really hilarious because he gets these e-mails from people andhe sho is taped,o everything is planned blooge it is not as spontaneous as carly hand him an e-mail and reads against the e-mails and people cricize him and someone was criticizing and the gets this off, criticized m about something about killing jesus and
FOX Business
Nov 3, 2013 8:30am EST
iraq. you don -- unpatriotic you don't want to pay for that. >> ben stein, what do you make of this latest development? >> i don't think it's a big new huge deal. this is something that civil servants have always done. and people are always trying to get more money for their work. and officials of banks and investment banks are doing the same thing. people are greedy animals. and they are going to steal where they can. that's how some people are. >> beyond that, everybody at homeland security knew it was going on and tried to recruit people using this little bowl of candy. >> dagen, you seem upset about it. >> i am. >> your thoughts? >> people are greedy, and big institutions enable that greediness. it's not shocking that an organization like the u.s. government with millions of people would do the sorts of things that corporations and other, you know, organizations do. >> isn't it nice that we're playing it fair and balanced? >> the banks are the greedy ones. >> the companies that i have worked for in my career would never have let this happen. if it was going on, they would have c
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